New Releases
  • Finding the Happily-Ever-After Posted on July 18, 2016

    by Angi Morgan, author of Gunslinger and Hard Core Law Josh thought he’d found his one true love when he married, but she was taken away. Can he find love again? Can he save his children? The subject matter ... Read More…

  • Author Christine Rimmer on Summer Celebrations Posted on July 14, 2016

    By Christine Rimmer, author of Marriage, Maverick Style! (Montana Mavericks: The Baby Bonanza, Harlequin Special Edition) There’s nothing like summer in a small town. Growing up, I spent my school days in Sacramento, California. But as soon as school ... Read More…

  • Lila’s Rules for Being a Biker’s Girl Posted on July 12, 2016

    by Jade Chandler, author of Enough: A Dark, Erotic Motorcycle Club Romance When Lila starts her new job at Marked Man, she finds her boss too sexy to resist. Dare takes what he wants and that includes the new ... Read More…

  • Unique Wedding Ideas Posted on July 11, 2016

    by Susan Mallery, author of Daughters of the Bride  Susan Mallery is the USA Today bestselling author of Daughters of the Bride, the story of three adult sisters finding love against the backdrop of their mother’s wedding. Debbie Macomber says ... Read More…

  • July 2016 New Releases Posted on June 28, 2016

    Need more books to add to your summer reading list? Good news! These brand new releases are a perfect way to celebrate the relaxing summer months. Don’t miss new reads from Susan Mallery, Maisey Yates, Vicki Lewis Thompson and more! Daughters of the ... Read More…

  • How Ideas (and Friendships) Grow Posted on June 23, 2016

    by RaeAnne Thayne, author of Riverbend Road I have been writing novels for more than twenty-five years and still find it difficult to explain how I go from the first raw idea to a ... Read More…

  • The Origin of a Series Posted on June 21, 2016

    by J.T. Ellison, author of Field of Graves 2003. Nashville, Tennessee. A young writer begins work on her first novel. It’s been eight years since an ill-fated conversation with her thesis advisor, who told her she wasn’t good enough to be published, ... Read More…

  • 10 Things I Love About Kansas City by Julie Miller Posted on June 13, 2016

    by Julie Miller, author of APB: Baby I’ve written almost sixty books, and more than half of them have been set in the Kansas City area. The experts say to “write what you know” to give your stories a feeling ... Read More…

  • Stephanie Doyle on Betting on the Rookie and Sports Movies Posted on June 9, 2016

    by Stephanie Doyle, author of Betting on the Rookie (Harlequin Superromance) I am a little bit of an anomaly. I love sports movies. Who doesn’t love sports movie? Even people who hate sports can still love sports movies. However, the ... Read More…

  • The Five Best Settings for a Romance Posted on June 8, 2016

    by Brynn Kelly, author of Deception Island Parisian nights or New York minutes? Regency drawing rooms or Texas stables? What fictional setting has you punching that buy-now button? Maybe it’s because I grew up on a farm near a small town, ... Read More…